The Use of Computer-Assisted Teaching Systems (CATS) in Pharmacology
The general rule of study is that time is a constant and achievement a variable. Since the study of drugs by physicians must be a lifetime endeavor we will begin by instituting achievement as the constant and time as a variable.
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